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Molecular mechanism of mitotic chromosome in the fission yeast Schizosaccharamyces pombe
From yeasts to human, Condensin is essential for mitotic chromosome condensation. However, how Condensin binds to chromatin and, in this context, shapes mitotic chromosome remain poorly understood. Mappings performed from yeasts to mouse have revealed that condensin is enriched near highly expressed...
On the role of mobility
The “pygmy” Aka hunter-gatherers have developed a lifestyle based on displacements, which structure their technical, economic and social organisation. Their mobility depends on their relationships with the other communities of the same forest. In this article, we shall briefly describe the Aka’s org...
Organisation and role of actin microfilaments during cellular growth and morphogenesis in the moss Physcomitrella patens
ABSTRACT The network of actin cytoskeleton is composed of actin filaments (F-actin) that are made by polymerisation of actin monomers and actin binding proteins. It is required for growth and morphogenesis of eukaryotic cells. The labelling of F-actin with constitutively expressed GFP-Talin (Kost et...
The structural ambiguity of fosterage in a matri-virilocal society (Sereer Ndut, Senegal)
The structural ambiguity of stosterage in a matri-virilocal society (Sereer Ndut, Senegal) The temporary loans of children, in the matrilinear and virilocal ndut society, are intended to compensate for demographic imbalances between the segments of a line and between the cognatic descendants of a dw...
234U(n,f) cross section with the FIC detector at CERN (n TOF)
The analysis technique applied to the data and the reaction cross section 234U(n,f) from the FIC (Fission Ionization Chamber) detector at the n TOF facility is pre- sented here. A comparison of the measured neutron induced fission cross section of 234U nucleus is given with the available data from t...
Optogenetics reveals Cdc42 local activation by scaffold-mediated positive feedback and Ras GTPase.
Local activity of the small GTPase Cdc42 is critical for cell polarization. Whereas scaffold-mediated positive feedback was proposed to break symmetry of budding yeast cells and produce a single zone of Cdc42 activity, the existence of similar regulation has not been probed in other organisms. Here,...
The Importance of RNA Sequence and Structure in the Assembly and Function of Signal Recognition Particle
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1993. Signal recognition particle (SRP), the ribonucleoprotein responsible for the recognition and targeting of nascent secretory proteins to the endoplasmic reticulum, is composed of 7SL RNA, along with six polypeptides. Earlier work in ou...
Use of roots and foraging habitats by forest bats, conservation management proposals
The forest is the center of many interests that fuel the debates of our society. These debates are particularly exacerbated since the french " Grenelle de l'Environnement " in 2008. Among the various expectations, forest produce wood that is the subject of attentions, both by an increased demand for...
BDE-47 induces nephrotoxicity through ROS-dependent pathways of mitochondrial dynamics in PK15 cells
2,2’,4,4’-tetrabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-47)-induced nephrotoxicity is closely associated with oxidative stresses and mitochondrial abnormalities. Mitochondrial fusion and fission dynamics are crucial for maintaining mitochondrial and cellular physiological homeostasis. However, the detailed mechanis...
Melatonin relieves 2,2,4,4-tetrabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-47)-induced apoptosis and mitochondrial dysfunction through the AMPK-Sirt1-PGC-1α axis in fish kidney cells (CIK)
Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) exist in aquatic environments with nephrotoxicity to non-target aquatic species. Melatonin (MT) exhibits an inhibitory effect of oxidative stress and apoptosis in various diseases. 2, 2′, 4, 4′-tetrabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-47) is the main homolog of PBDE sampl...
Extracting Minerals from Seawater: An Energy Analysis
The concept of recovering minerals from seawater has been proposed as a way of counteracting the gradual depletion of conventional mineral ores. Seawater contains large amounts of dissolved ions and the four most concentrated metal ones (Na, Mg, Ca, K) are being commercially extracted today. However...
Geochronological database and classification system for age uncertainties in Neotropical pollen records
The newly updated inventory of palaeoecological research in Latin America offers an important overview of sites available for multi-proxy and multi-site purposes. From the collected literature supporting this inventory, we collected all available age model metadata to create a chronological database...
Determination of low HTO content in various water samples by liquid scintillation technique with electrical condensation procedure
Tritium (T) is one of the hydrogen isotopes, composing water molecules designated HTO, and is useful as a tracer of water origin and circulation. T has been produced as fission debris, and is also produced naturally in the stratosphere by the interaction of cosmic radiation with air atoms. HTO is in...
Uso de detectores de neutrinos para el monitoreo de reactores nucleares Uso de detectores de neutrinos para el monitoreo de reactores nucleares
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Fiction And Fission: Twentieth — Century Writing on The Founding Fathers Fiction And Fission: Twentieth — Century Writing on The Founding Fathers
In Australia, tribesmen trace their origins to a rain-making python who drowned a set of incestuous sisters because they polluted his watering place with their menstrual blood) In Tibet, families derive their descent from a beautiful boy in a conch .egg which came from the immens...
Balancing the educational choices in the decisionmaking of a dean of medicine: Fission or fusion
Background. The literature on deans of medicine focuses mostly on the qualifications, roles, abilities, management and leadership competence of the deans. The gap between theory and practice is, however, the nucleus of the position. Objectives. To describe insights into the educational forces that a...
OVERVIEW: Gutierrez, Gustavo Luis. Alliances and reference groups in promoting knowledge: new challenges for humanities research. Campinas-SP: Associated authors, 2005.
individuals are in the scientific field, often because of an naïve or Romanic vision of science, and do not understand the complexity of the political, economic and personal struggles there. There are many criticisms of scientists who develop new research used for warfare; to strengthen labour explo...
Silica Geothermometry Applications in the Taiwan Orogenic Belt
The silica concentrations from 130 hot spring measurements were calculated and used to indicate the heat flow distribution in the active Taiwan orgenic belt. The heat flow spatial distribution seems to be controlled by the Taiwan arc-continent collision zone tectonic development. Two abnormally high...
Mesozoic and Cenozoic Cooling History of the Qiangtang Block, Northern Tibet, China: New Constraints from Apatite and Zircon Fission Track Data
This study used a new set of zircon and apatite fission track ages to quantitatively document the tectonic evolution and cooling histories of the Qiangtang block of the central Tibetan Plateau. The results indicate that the Qiangtang block underwent three cooling stages at ~148 - 73, ~50 - 20, and ~...
Entropy’s Enemies: Postmodern Fission and Transhuman Fusion in the Post-War Era
In the early to mid-twentieth century, thermodynamic entropy—the inevitable diffusion of usable energy in the Universe—became a ubiquitous metaphor for the dissolution of Western values and cultural energy. Many Golden Age science fiction writers portrayed twentieth century technological...
Post-collisional exhumation and geotherm pattern in northern Tananao Complex, northeastern Taiwan
The northeast region of Taiwan has experienced a stress transition from the compressive collision to the extension induced from the Ryukyu subduction system in a post-collisional orogenic belt. In order to clarify when the extensional stage began and how the cooling and exhumation history varied wit...
Internal Fission Strategies in Corporate Entrepreneurship: A Case Study in China
Although the research of corporate entrepreneurship has continued to advance, few studies investigate corporate entrepreneurial activities within existing organizations in emerging market firms based on a case study approach. Building on a case study of PHNIX, a Chinese manufacturing firm, we draw o...
VI. FISSION TRACK AGES OF ROCKS (REPORT OF THE JAPANESE SUMMER PARTIES IN DRY VALLEYS, VICTORIA LAND, 1963-1965)
Fission track ages have been measured for the basement complex rocks and the Ferrar Dolente which occur in Dry Valleys, Victoria Land, Antarctica The Dais Granite, the Vida Granite and the Ferrar Dolente are 520, 200 and 150 million years old, respectively Fission track ages are in good agreement wi...
The Idea of a Second-Order Quasi-Thought: an Objection to the Reflexive Theory of Conscious Thought
The thesis defended in this paper is that the Higher-Order Thought Theory is actually inconsistent. According to the theory it would be possible to introduce the notion of a second-order quasi-thought from S. Shoemaker's notion of a quasi-memory. On the one hand, a second-order quasi-thought, but no...
The cognitive problem in the classification of Islamic art read in the book: Classification of Arab and Islamic arts: Critical analytical study by: Sid Ahmed Bakhit Ali
carries within it the term "classification" within which Arab linguist and Islamic cognitive have its problems based on semantic fission between writing and composing (composition) in terms of knowledge and its basic elements (literary, science, art) from the point of view of cataloguing that becam...